Title: Fostering the Entrepreneurial Mindset of Students Through Pioneering Teaching Pedagogies: An Empirical Study on a B-School
Stream: Teaching Experiences, Pedagogy, Practice & Praxis
Presentation Type: Live-Stream Presentation
Vaibhav Goutham Suresh, CMS Business School, Jain(Deemed-to-be) University, India
Sakshi Chhabra, CMS Business School, Jain (Deemed-to-be) University, India
Recent studies have shown the importance of entrepreneurship on the economy of a country. Universities and Educational institutions play a vital role in nurturing students. The study focuses on the impact of innovative teaching pedagogies such as TAP (Teaching, Application and Practice) on the entrepreneurial mindset of students. The mindset of the students was measured using the “Theory of Planned Behavior” by Dr. Azjen and “Entrepreneurial Potential Theory” by Dr. Brazeal and Dr. Norris Kruger in two stages via an experimental design method over a longitudinal period of two years. An instrument has been designed and administered on a sample of 570 respondents from university for pre and post testing in order to understand the entrepreneurial mindset using simple random sampling. An attempt has been made to understand the relationship among determinants of entrepreneurial intention using Structural equation modelling analysis. The result shows that the proposed model in the present study explains 54% of the variance, explaining the existence of entrepreneurial intention among students. The purpose of the research is to inspire additional research on measuring the entrepreneurial mindset of students utilizing other innovative training pedagogies, identifying a suitable pedagogy to foster the entrepreneurial mindset of students, and creating an appropriate eco-system to develop educational policies at the national level.
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